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  • adjective
    used to indicate that two things or people are being referred to rather than just one
    She put both feet in the stream.
    We went to both museums.
    both his eyes
    each one of two things or people
    I'd like both, please.
    We both were tired. = We were both tired. = Both of us were tired.
    He read both of the books. [=he read both books]
    used before two words or phrases connected with and to stress that each is included
    The show will be in both New York and London.
    Both he and his wife play golf.

    * Các từ tương tự:
    bother, botheration, bothersome